Little Neck Ledger

Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011


Racism not a role over halal market

I was disturbed that Sheraz Kahn, owner of the Super Halal meat market, said that our protest was aimed at his establishment because of his ethnicity. How ridiculous! There is a supermarket just three blocks west of his place, owned by people of his nationality which, when opened, had a community problem concerning double parking in front of his store. He quickly remedied the situation and has been a good neighbor ever since. Comments (1).

Sunday, Oct. 9, 2011


Douglaston church opens cottage doors

Thank God for that old-growth wood. Comment.

Friday, Oct. 7, 2011


CB 11 seeks bike path land Property would link Douglaston Village and Alley Pond center

As part of the Douglaston Local Development Corp.’s master plan for the revitalization of Douglaston Village, founding member Lisa Lempel-Sander gave a presentation Monday evening proposing Community Board 11 consider allocating approximately $1.2 million to purchase a piece of undeveloped property. Comment.

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World War I monument shines brighter after renovation

For years, the Douglaston World War I monument sat neglected — its 75 names obscured by oxidation and overgrowth. Comment.

Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011


Douglaston art fair spotlights best talents

Douglaston’s arts community was on full display Sunday afternoon as artisans and musicians took to the streets to show off their talents. Comment.

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